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notaire

(ˌnəʊˈtɛə)
n
(Law) (in France) a public official authorized by the state to attest and certify certain legal documents, oversee property transactions, etc
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5 percent percent of those attorneys listed could legitimately be holding out as "civil law notaries," why doesn't The Florida Bar simply delete everyone's civil law notary listing on its website, thereby (in essence) requiring the 127 true civil law notaries/lawyers to simply re-list (perhaps even with sufficient evidence of said designation)?
Linklaters has strengthened its corporate capability in Amsterdam with the hire of Guido Portier as a Civil Law Notary partner.
The website explains that in Bulgaria, information about successions can be requested from a civil law notary, this being possible thanks to a new unit set up by the Chamber of Notaries, which keeps a Central Register of Wills.
Before the application for registration of the private limited liability company is submitted to the Administrator of the Register, a civil law notary must verify the correctness of the particulars entered into the application, the compliance of the statutes with the statutory requirements and the fact that the private limited liability company is eligible for registration.
As recognised by European case law and the Community acquis, such an instrument (in family and property relations or in business) must be drawn up by a professional delegated by the public power (bailiff, registration officer or civil law notary public).
The civil law notary is an office, largely unknown to the common law, whose notaries are "frail imitation[s] of [their] European counterpart[s].
As a result, any subsequent transfer of Indigo common shares will require the execution of a notarial deed of transfer, which must be executed in The Netherlands in the presence of a civil law notary practicing in The Netherlands; otherwise such transfer will be null and void under the controlling provisions of the Dutch Civil Code.
Since that story ran, 301 members have removed the civil law notary designation from their Florida Bar profile, leaving another 2,293 individuals who continue to erroneously list themselves as civil law notaries.
Thank you for telling lawyers to remove the unearned Florida Civil Law Notary honor from their Bar profile pages.
If you would like to apply to become a civil law notary, visit the Secretary of State's website for more information.
The second would allow them to list that they are a civil law notary, a designation that allows them to assist in Hague Convention issues worldwide.
Because of civil law notary legislation in Florida, the section is expanding efforts to work with notary chambers in other countries.